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With July 4 looming, time for summer fun is now [Perry Hall]

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Although the season seems barely under way in early July, the Independence Day holiday separates the beginning of summer from the inevitable ending of summer. Planning what you'd like to do or see this summer is fine before the 4th of July. After Independence Day, stop planning and start doing. When the last piece of parade confetti hits the hot July street and the final firework illuminates the heavens, the countdown to summer's end starts and the back to school signs are everywhere! Since we are yet on the planning side of summertime, mark the date to attend our community's July 4th celebration.

The Kingsville Independence Parade takes place on Wed, July 4 (no rain date). It is the 32nd year of the joint parade sponsorship by the Greater Kingsville Civic Association and the Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company. The theme for the 2013 parade is "From Sea to Shining Sea, We Celebrate Freedom." Please join in congratulating the theme winner, Talia Maria, a St. Stephen School student in the first grade. Talia's creativity has earned her a $100 savings bond!

As in years past, the pre-parade music and festivities begin at 10 a.m. at the judges viewing stand. You will be treated to an hour of entertainment featuring Buttons the Clown, Baltimore City Pipe Band, Upper Falls Dance Academy, Zumba Dance, a special appearance by Benjamin Franklin as interpreted by David Fisher and Ann Palrang, soloist. Afterward, the much anticipated parade begins at 10:50 a.m. from the Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company on Bellvue Avenue, heads down Bradshaw Road to Jerusalem Road and winds up at St. Paul's Lutheran Church.

Bands scheduled to appear in the parade are as follows: Westminster Municipal, John Carroll High School, Baltimore City Pipe Band, Havre de Grace High School, Patterson Mill High School, Edgewood High School, Joppatowne High School, C. Milton Wright High School and Fallston High School.

Please thank and patronize the sponsors of our community parade. Sponsors include Kingsville Market, Sunshine Grille, LLC, PNC Bank, Smith and Prothero Physical Therapy, John and Kathy Brooks, Bay View Homecare, Corbin Fuel Company, CRS Flooring, Carroll Home Services, J.S.I. Automotive, Kingsville Plaza by Goettner Const. Co., Kingsville Auto Repair, Fork Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Kevin Doherty, Von Paris Moving and Storage, Paul E. Feild Jr. D.D.S., Budget Truck Rental, Dr. Joseph Bernstein of Long Green Animal Dermatology Center, Maryland Portable Restrooms and Metro Talk.

The Kingsville July 4th Parade would not be possible without the support and sponsorship of the Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company. The company has provided much needed services to our local and neighboring communities for over 50 years. As the community grows and the number of people whose lives are affected increases, their services are needed even more. Because of the increasing need for assistance in the area, KVFC is committed to meet this need by expanding its facility to fully serve the needs of the community's citizens.

Donations are greatly appreciated to benefit the building fund of the expansion and renewal of the existing facilities. If you would like to help, you can make an online donation, donate by phone at 410-652-3206 or send a donation by mail to Capital Campaign, P.O.Box 65, Kingsville, MD 21087. For more info on giving, go to givetokvfc.com/WaysToGive/makeagift.html#sthash.396GKgtR.dpuf For information on the Kingsville Independence Day Parade, go to http://www.kingsvilleparade.org

Happy Independence Day to All!

Pets On Wheels will hold its 8th annual Pet-a-Paw-looza" at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium Exhibition Hall on Saturday and Sunday, July 13 and 14, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Enjoy food, beer and wine garden, activities, contests, speakers, silent auction, raffles, puparazzi photos and doggie kissing booth in the air-conditioned, pet friendly event. Free parking is available on the State Fairground lots. All proceeds go to support Pets on Wheels' work of providing animal assisted therapy visits to nursing homes, libraries, hospitals, facilities for child welfare, assisted living, substance abuse, the developmentally and physically disabled, homeless and battered women's shelter. You can visit their website http://www.petsonwheels.org for admission coupons or more information.

The Baltimore County Animal Shelter pet bed drive through Kuranda USA continues. A donation of one bed helps many pets at our shelter on Manor Road in Baldwin. It can be used for many years. Kuranda beds keep pets dry and off the cold, hard shelter floor. Donating a bed is easy, just go to kuranda.com/donate/8712 and the page will come up for our county shelter in Baldwin. There are two sizes of dog beds and a cat bed from which to choose, all priced at a special donation discount. Beds ship directly to the shelter in your name. Donate a bed as a gift or in memory of a loved one and they will mail a free personalized gift card from you! For details, email carol@kuranda.com or call 800-494-7122.

To share your news or announcement in the Perry Hall/Kingsville area, send your e-mail to write2shell@yahoo.com or phone 443-286-5881.

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